No, the ITU has not defined 5G as a 20Gbps technology

Erdogan Syndrome award* to… the blogosphere You may have read that the ITU has decided that for a network to be considered 5G – which means it will conform to IMT2020 recommendations – it must offer peak speeds of 20Gbps. Headlines such as these (below) all give the impression that the ITU has just decided what 5G will offer in terms of peak speeds: ITU defines 5G as a 20Gbs per second network ITU defines 5G as speed of 20…

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